- Builds up height shortfalls
- Interlock both sideways and in height
- Forms a safe and stable structure
- Easily positioned avoiding finger entrapment
- Provides a full and level surface area
What are Stacker Packers?
Stacker Packers interlock both sideways and in height to form a safe and stable structure to build up height shortfalls. See our step-by-step guide below which explains how they work.
Introducing the Stacker Packer from Massolutions – a division of Beresford’s Flooring Ltd.
The Stacker Packer.
Stacker Packer open cross section.
Stacker Packer closed cross section.
Various sizes – 2mm, 3mm, 5mm & 10mm.
A Stacker Packer under a concrete unit.
About the product
In the Construction Industry there is often a requirement to build up height shortfalls, such as when levelling stairs and terraces. The packers/shims currently used are difficult to stack and can readily slide off each other when stacked; they are also difficult to position due to their unstable nature, which can cause finger entrapment when trying to put in a final position.
Stacker Packers interlock both sideways and in height to form a safe and stable structure which can be easily positioned without a finger being exposed to entrapment.
The Stacker Packer has been moulded with higher dowels which fit into corresponding recesses on the Stacker Packer above, keeping the stack together. Once pressure is applied to the topmost/exposed dowels, they are designed to collapse into the gap below giving a full and level surface area, with no high points.
Final positioning can be achieved by connecting the edge keys, which all lock into one another, then sliding the stack into position, twist the packer to disconnect.